JAMM Peak Finder
- What is JAMM?
JAMM is a peak finder for NGS datasets that can integrate replicates and assign peak boundaries accurately. JAMM is applicable to both broad and narrow datasets.
You can use JAMM to get peaks for DNase-Seq, ChIP-Seq (broad and punctate histone modifications as well as transcription factors), ATAC-seq and many other things.
Check out JAMM's publication for more information on how it works:
M. Ibrahim, S. Lacadie, U. Ohler (2014). JAMM: a peak finder for joint analysis of NGS replicates. Bioinformatics.
All versions of JAMM and changelog are available on github
Main JAMM documentation is available on JAMM's Wiki.
- More Information and Tutorials
JAMM's homepage on Github has more information and documentation: https://github.com/mahmoudibrahim/JAMM